Because the wedding is legal, the only way out is divorce.At the end of the 4 weeks, they make the decision to stay together or not.
“And let’s be honest, all of the ladies out there are going to be thanking us for this campaign,” he added.
“The images are so strong; they speak for themselves.”Click on the picture on top to fully view Nelly's Sean John Underwear ad...although it would have behooved somebody to give dude less clothes than what we see in the picture.
With the divorce rate so high for traditional marriage, the experiment is to see if people who are matched together in an arranged marriage, will far better than those who choose one another and have a traditional marriage, since the divorce rate for arranged marriage is 4%.
The show follows 3 couples through the process, wedding, honeymoon and 4 weeks after the wedding.
I suppose, when all else fails, try something completely out of the box and this is most def , out the box!
“Married at First Sight,” is by far, one of the most interesting reality shows that I have ever watched and I am curious to see how thing play out. As harsh as it may sound, “marrying for Love” kind of ruined the sanctity of marriage.Sure, it’s a great thing to Love your partner and to spend the rest of your life with someone that you Love but marriage means so much more than that. I think as Americans we have this false impression of arranged marriages being these really awful, oppressive institutions–especially for women. So this show may shed some light on that false impression. I think sometimes, especially when we have made the wrong choices in a mate on numerous occassions have to “think outside the box.” I think that in this experiment, the experts were very careful in matching the couples and used so many factors to make sure that they matched the most likely couples that it just may work. Uh, quick note to Nelly: make sure Diddy cuts you your check. The decision to hire the rapper was based on Diddy’s confidence in his image.It seems to slip his mind more often than not to pay his employees and artists for their work. “To me, Nelly is the quintessential definition of the Sean John man,” the Bad Boy CEO said in a statement. Lunatic will be featured in various advertisements wearing the Sean John undergarments from a house overlooking Los Angeles, California.“He has the attitude, the swagger and most of all, the physique that our customers can both aspire and relate to.” In addition to the male audience Diddy expects to reach, the hip-hop mogul is also banking on a strong female reception from the advertisements.